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Erdogan orchestrated July 15 Coup in Turkey, claims SCF in Sweden

The failed coup attempt on July 15 2016 in Turkey was orchestrated by President Recep Tayip Erdogan, Stockholm Center for Freedom (SCF) claims. “It was a pretext for a mass persecution of critics and opponents in a state of perpetual emergency,” the SCF concluded in its researched report ‘July 15: …

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Clean Beaches 2017 report for Athens, Attica and surrounding areas is out

The clean beaches report for summer 2017 has been released a couple of days ago. the report refs to beaches in the Attica region Several beaches one can reach with public transport means like buses and the Tram and beaches that one is better to use private vehicle as it …

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IMD Competitiveness report 2017: Greece ranks 57th among 63 countries

How can Greece be competitive when the taxation system changes once a year, liquidity is a rarity, capital controls tie the hands of entrepreneurs and investors and the tedious negotiations with international creditors undermines the atmosphere in the Greek economy? The answer is simple: it can’t. In the Swiss-based International …

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EU auditors warn Hot Spots in Greece and Italy are overwhelmed

European Union auditors say that migrants centers – the famous Hot Spots – set up in Greece and Italy to fast-track the registration of migrants are overwhelmed and urgently require more experts, particularly to help children. In a report released Tuesday, the auditors say that two more centers known as …

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ECB Draghi had no right to close Greece’s banks

The decision of the European Central Bank to freeze the emergency liquidity in summer 2015 and force the Greek government to close the countries bank was possibly not legal. This is stated in the Italian daily Il Manifesto that quotes Fabio de Masi, member of German Die Linke in the …

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IMF chief economist Blanchard warned in May 2010 Greece program was not going to work

A report by Olivier Blanchard, a former economic at the International Monetary Fund, has been presented at a meeting organized by the Canadian think tank Centre for International Governance Innovation end of January. In this report,  dated 4. May 2010, then chief economist at the IMF, Olivier Blanchard was warning …

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IMF vs EU Commission on Greece debt sustainability – Poll

The fronts remain unmovable: the International Monetary Fund and the EU lenders are stuck in their position regarding Greece debt sustainability. Big boys and girls playing with numbers, false multipliers and wrong forecasts on the back of millions of Greeks. Big boys and girls playing with the fates of millions …

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IMF report: Greece’s debt ‘highly unsustainable’, cut pensions, tax increases for the poor

‘Greek public debt is highly unsustainable, the International Monetary Fund said in a report to be discussed during a board council meeting in Washington later today. The report, exclusively presented by Athens News Agency, said that the Greek economy faced four challenges. The country’s public debt was highly unsustainable the …

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Greece, go figure! IMF: Debt not sustainable ESM: Debt Sustainable

Is the Greek debt sustainable or not? Opinions and approaches differ. The International Monetary Fund insists that the Greek debt is not sustainable, the Eurozone’s Fund European Stability Mechanism insists that the Greek debt is sustainable. Greece has three weeks to deal with ‘potentially disastrous’ debt, the IMF said adding …

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“Life in snowed in village” – Report & pictures from Skopelos

For third consecutive day Greece remains in “deep freeze” with snow falls and temperatures below the freezing point. The extreme weather front “Ariadne” crashed over the country with polar air masses at -12 degrees Celsius. The unprecedented weather front caused heavy snow falls from North -Macedonia – to the South …

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Luxembourg, Ireland, Netherlands among worst tax havens

A report published by the charity non-governmental organization OXFAM exposes the worst offenders in the ‘race to the bottom on corporate tax.’ Luxembourg, Ireland, Cyprus, and the Netherlands are among the world’s 10 worst tax havens, despite an ongoing EU crackdown on tax avoidance and profit shifting across the bloc. …

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WEF: Greece holds 86th position in Global Competitiveness survey

Political uncertainty, high tax rates, bureaucracy and the difficulty of enterprises to access to financial resources are the main features that push down the Greek economy. Competitiveness? No chance! The report «Global competitiveness report 2016-2017» published by the World Economic Forum places Greece on 86th position on a list of …

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